Currently, horn hunting at the Sun River Wildlife Management Area [for example] . . . is often is compared to the great Oklahoma land rush, with more than 200 people in vehicles, on horseback, on bikes and on foot . . . [setting forth en mass] over the landscape to hunt for horns [and in some cases disrupting and even exhausting elk]. In addition, people have been known to sneak onto the game ranges after they're closed, usually in November or December, and stash antlers to pick up once the ranges are legally opened.